Born in 1903, Walker Evans is surely one of the most influential photographers in the history of the medium. His photographs remain anchored in the collective memory for their captivating reality. His critical representation of poverty during the Great Depression of the 1930s is no doubt his most famous work, but one cannot overlook the photographs he took in the following decades.
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